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Thursday, July 06, 2023

Webinar on Harvard/UNC decision

The University of Texas Law School is holding today what looks like an interesting "webinar" (their name, not mine!) on the recent affirmative action decision. Details are here. It is one of what should be several recent valuable events on the decision--none of which, to be clear, are likely to be hosted by the AALS, whose programming on this and other issues this year has been glaringly bad. 

Posted by Paul Horwitz on July 6, 2023 at 11:50 AM in Paul Horwitz | Permalink


Thanks, but I don't understand: how did Paul write anything that was less than seven paragraphs long?

Posted by: A non | Jul 7, 2023 7:04:47 AM

It is important to get to the heart of the matter- the lack of equality in the school system itself, which needs to be corrected as a quality education is key to reducing inequality and provides an opportunity for all children to reach their full potential while enhancing and promoting good citizenship.



Posted by: N.D. | Jul 6, 2023 10:51:00 PM

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